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Things To Consider While Apartment Hunting

Things To Consider While Apartment HuntingLooking for a new place to live is an overwhelming and intimidating task. Most people want a considerable amount of square footage to stay comfortable, but they also don't want to have to pay an arm and a leg to acquire such property. Some families, roommates, and friends will require more than one bedroom and bathroom, so they must consider this aspect when apartment hunting. Luxuries like individual units with washer/dryer connections, a community swimming pool, and parking accommodations should also factor into the decision. Our management team offers a host of living arrangements that include...


•Affordable Apartments

•Income-Based Apartments


•Senior And Luxury Apartments


Regardless of your needs, wants, or desires, our team strives to make apartment hunting easy and help you find the home of your dreams. Lockwood manages over 25 complexes in various locations throughout Georgia, Ohio, and Michigan. Don't put off finding a place to rest your head any longer, and give one of our representatives a call to learn more about the communities. While the team memberis on the line, feel free to schedule a tour of the property as well. When visiting, people should stay as long as they like. After all, they are looking for a comfortable environment to spend the majority of their time. Ensure that the unit, complex, and entire location makes you happy to avoid problems from arising later.


Well Maintained Landscaping


Can Be A Difference MakerThere are not many worst feelings than walking along a sidewalk and getting stuck in the leg by a pointy-leafed plant, shrub, or bush. This type of incident is possible when flowerbeds do not receive theproper attention. Look for signs of unmanicured lawns and other untidy landscaping while apartment hunting. Aside from leaving pokes and scrapes on the skin, these areas will be unappealing to look at every day. Not many people want to stare at dying flowers or foot long strands of grass, so choose yourcomplex wisely. Snakes, rodents, and other types of pests can use the overgrown vegetation to stay hidden. If a child, pet, or adult accidentally stumbles into the habitat, they can receive a bite or sting. As the pest population grows, infestations are possible, and the nuisances can find their way into the units. Unmaintained landscaping causes more than just aesthetic problems, so don't hesitate to explore the indoors and outside areas when apartment hunting.

Give our office a call at 248-203-0991 to start your apartment hunting today